It seems that the latest hoax on the internet is reaching its peak.– famous teen pop star – is said to have died. But the news is that the viral hoax about his death has spread faster than the news of him being alive.
Fans do not worry, Justin is alive and kicking and most probably chasing some groupies or working on his latest album or preparing for his tour to Europe. Or getting ready for his latest movie which will launch on February 11 2011.
A similar faith was put upon, , , , , , Eddie Murphy and recently as the news reached through the internet news networks that they would have died. These hoaxes around celebrities are terrible, they hurt the person and their reputation, and in the end they do nobody any good. Tracing back these messages; they all seem to have their origin in India or Pakistan. But it shows how fast bad news can go viral around the globe.
It seems that the internet is the perfect place for a hoax to be spread around our planet in less than hours. Better to check news on a quality news site from either a news cable or a news paper. Reporters at these institutions normally double check any news that goes online before publication. Thorough reporting is an occupation, hoaxing is a hobby.